I am passionate about chemistry as seen by my degree and I would be happy to teach anyone who needs help or is interested in the chemical sciences. When teaching I want students to both understand the basics of the problem and core concepts instead of generic regurgitation of information.
I am a medical physician with experience in General Practice and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Over years of teaching I have adapted an approach that fits best with students goals. Upon initiating a lesson plan, I encourage students to be open about their goals and commitments, which I feel contributes to success in achieving course performance and entrance to Universities and Graduate Programs.
My teaching method involves drawing, frequent quizzing, and experimenting with what sticks. This translates to explaining the same topic in different ways. I hope to encourage students to take initiatives to find the correct answer through reaching out to real people (you are only young once, so take advantage of it.
My teaching method is quite simple. I like to explain to students where the formulas actually come from, what are the underlying assumptions and what do these formulas mean because I have noticed the problem that a lot of students are able to work crunch numbers well, but they lack a conceptual base which is very important since, a building without a good foundation is doomed to fall.
im gonna teach you math to get good result in your exam like: SAT exam or ACT and most of exam that they are common for you to apply for your university or school exams.(its not very hard.
My teaching method is very direct and concrete. I make sure the job is completed during the session and all homework is completed by the end of the lesson. I want to make sure that my student has learned something at the end of the lesson and that we reviewed concepts toward the following lessons.
I base my classes on student's needs, whether it be studying for exams or doing homework. I can help students get ahead of catching up in their classes. My methods involve positively reinforcing correct answers, and not criticizing students for wrong answers. If the students need help studying for an exam, I ask them questions I write myself to help them remember facts and ways to solve a problem.
For chemistry, the most common challenges are successfully completing the problems for which I am fully prepared to practice and guide you through. However there are students who need help understanding the theories behind it and visualizing it, something I have developed a few tricks for.
I do take classes for students of grade 11 -12, DP1-DP2. I always encourage my students to explore the concepts by igniting their thoughts. My session with students will always be discussion session in which their will be debate, arguments and suggestions to improve the understanding.
I have a very flexible teaching method. I like to adjust my method according to how the student wants to learn. I like to refer my students to outside resources to further help them review concepts when I am not available.
I’ve realized that the most effective way in expanding a student’s understanding and interests of the subject is not by reiterating the text or the lectures, but rather by expanding on examples given by the problems seen in each possibility. I always devote additional effort in creating an encouraging and comfortable learning environment for students of all backgrounds.
I believe in making sure my students understand the true nature of the subject by using easily understood analogies that mimic the subject.
first I ask few questions to understand where are we at, then I ask the book that your teacher is going trough and then I need to see the exams that you have been taken and I need to know what point you want get. what is your goal and how many hours do you have .
In my undergraduate degree, I have taken a variety of math and physical courses. Ranging from linear algebra to quantum mechanics. I have worked in in a biochemical lab for over 3 years. In this time, I tutored a variety of mathematical, physical, chemical, and biological subjects ranging from organic chemistry all the way to thermodynamics and quantum mechanics.
I have a BS from college and a MD. I've had many years of experience teaching at all academic levels in Math Science Language History Health Science Chemistry Accounting both as a private tutor and at schools.
Graduated from Harrison High School in GA (2010) Graduated from Mercer University in GA (2014), BS in Mech Engr Finishing MS at UCLA (May 2017) At Mercer, was presidential scholar, along with captain and inaugural team member of the brand new D1 lacrosse team.
I do my best to keep the student engaged and interested in the subject. I focus on developing methods to solve problems and ensure that the student is confident in their knowledge of the subject and their ability to answer the questions before continuing.
I am master in chemical engineering, and have tutored students at the college level to succeed to chemistry, physics, and calculus. Because I am an engineer, I apply problem solving techniques to get to the root of a student's issues with material. I examine past and present work, and determine what the student specifically needs in order to succeed in the class.
I give lessons to high school, middle school, or college students in chemistry, physics, or basic math. I have a master's degree in teaching chemistry and physics, and a bachelor's degree in chemistry. I hold teaching certifications in California and Georgia.
I am a person who has great patience, adaptability, and openness. Subjects that I am confident in teaching are math, chemistry, and SAT math subject tests. I do not follow just one single teaching method. As a tutor, I have the advantage over instructors of being able to individualize my student's style of learning.
For Chemistry : principles, atoms, Electronic configurations, bond in atoms and molecules, types of bonds, formulas, Avogadro number, types of substances, acid, base. For math: Addition Subtraction, Multiplication, Scientific Notation, power, Logarithm, Square root, division, graphs, pitagoras theorem, principles of trigonometry.
I'm very flexible in my teaching methods and tailor each lesson to meet the different learning abilities of my students.
My teaching method is going over the concept, going over many examples and always take good notes. Practice makes perefect.
Foco minhas aulas em resolução de exercícios, buscando integrar o conteúdo aprendido com o uso cotidiano e prático inerentes à química
The two keys to being an effective physics and math teacher are to: 1) provide clear, concise, organized interactive lesson notes ("interactive" means the student is involved in filling in sections of the notes, with guidance), and 2) help students connect new math and physics concepts to their own areas of interest, whether it's sports, music, cooking, other academic subjects, their profession,...
My teaching method is to help students understand the concept and increase rigor once they understand the basics. Lessons are meant to increase students inquiry in the subject and to provide them with skills that they will find useful in their college career.
My philosophy is to focus on the process of learning, rather than the answer itself. I believe that a student will be more successful if we dive deep into their thought process and uncover the way they think about a concept, rather than measuring success by getting to the right answer.
I am currently studying for my bachelors in computer science and plan to transfer to CSULA in fall 2017. I have taken chemistry up to inorganic second semester, mathematics up to calculas second semester, biology 101, political science 101, psychology 101, sociology 101, and english up to argumentative writting. I have experience in introduction to java, excel, microsoft word, and powerpoint.
I attended UCLA on a full-ride from the Stamps Family Foundation and graduated in 2017 with degrees in Philosophy and Neuroscience, as well as departmental and college honors, Phi Beta Kappa membership, and a 3.74 GPA. My research experience includes multiple publications in both Neuroscience and Philosophy.
My focus in tutoring is always to help my students build their skills and confidence, step-by-step. I will tailor your lessons to your needs and your unique way of seeing the world. Above all, I approach every lesson with awareness, patience and respect.
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